Corporate Social Responsibility
Technicolor’s Long-Standing Commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility is as Deep as our 100+ Year History as an Industry Leader in the Communities We Serve
Technicolor’s commitment to ethical and accountable policies and practices is reflected in an integrated global CSR strategy that cuts across societal, environmental and economic issues – from human rights and diversity, equity & inclusion initiatives; to climate change and eco-design principles; to sustainable practices in global supply chains and responsible purchasing across all business operations.
Richard Moat's 2021 CSR Message
At Technicolor, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is an embedded value managed at the highest level.Learn More
Technicolor partners with Oxfam for COVID relief fundraiser to support hard-hit communities throughout India. We will match any donations made through our links, up to a total of €100,000. Read more about our efforts to help Oxfam provide immediate on-the-ground community support.Learn More
MPC & Travlrr
Partnership seeks to reduce greenhouse gas emissions associated with producing content on location by over eight times when compared with that of a traditional shoot.Learn More
Our CSR Approach
At Technicolor, Corporate Social Responsibility is an embedded value managed at the highest level. Our approach to CSR springs from our commitment to our stakeholders – and our commitment to act responsibly, both on our own and through our partnerships.
As a company committed to low-carbon intensity, Technicolor develops eco-friendly products and services, and makes infrastructure improvements to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and to maintain performance in the face of climate impacts and material effects of climate change.
From waste management and recycling, to reduction of environmental footprint of products, to sustainable water management, we integrate circular economy practices into every aspect of our environmentally responsible business strategy.
Diversity & People Development
Technicolor's most important asset is our people; every employee is essential to our success and to our sustainability and social responsibility goals, and we invest in the development of our people to reflect the societies we serve and countries where we operate.
Human Rights and Responsible Procurement
Technicolor is committed to the United Nations Global Compact, and our policies and practices explicitly prohibit the use of child labor, forced labor, human trafficking, modern slavery, and any form of discrimination or harassment in our operations and supply chain.
Health & Safety at Work
At Technicolor, we believe an effective occupational Health and Safety program looks beyond the requirements of the law and compliance issues to address all hazards – from general workplace to specific job-related – as we aim higher to prevent injuries and illnesses.
As the foundation of our core values, Technicolor’s Code of Ethics holds all employees to the highest ethical standards in the conduct of their duties and details specific rules and responsibilities to guide them in their day-to-day activities.
Compliance and Compliance Statements
Technicolor has a strong Ethics and Compliance program that has evolved with the latest product compliance and regulatory requirements, including an anti-bribery program that includes whistleblowing system, internal/external audits, and zero-tolerance tax management.
CSR Ratings & Principles of Disclosure
Technicolor’s long-term efforts to be a responsible citizen company have been recognized by external and independent agencies, including a GOLD Medal CSR Rating by EcoVadis, a #1 Ranking by Ethifinance, Prime Status by ISS ESG, Best-in-Class Status by ISS, and Top Performer ranking by Vigeo-Eiris.
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